Posts Tagged ‘brian friedman’

 

Yoga Warm Up (Half Sun Salute)

Always consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before trying any new exercise or exercise program. Do Sun Salutes seem a little “much” for you sometimes? It’s normal to feel that way. Every now and then, you need a break from the push-ups, the updog, and the downdog. Maybe you’re not ready (yet) for a […]

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“I Wanted To Feel Strong And Fit”

Do you have terrible back pain brought on by endless hours at work? You’re not alone. A lot of folks experience the exact same thing. It can lead to feelings of defeat because you’re accustomed to doing “normal” things that cause concern because you don’t want to injure yourself. Plus, you know you have to […]

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Your Best Bow Pose Ever?

Always seek the advice of your doctor or healthcare provider before trying any new exercise or exercise program. “Where should I feel this?” It’s a great question I get a lot as a yoga teacher. And it makes sense because it can be overwhelming when you’re interpreting so much new information while making a mind-body […]

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Yoga Abs (By Request)

Always consult with your doctor or healthcare provider before trying any new exercise or exercise program. “What’s a good move for my abs?” It’s a great question I get a lot. And most folks are surprised when I suggest something as simple as the Dead Bug … simple .. but not easy. 1) Lie flat […]

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How To Keep Your Hands And Wrists Healthy

Always check with your doctor or healthcare provider before trying any new exercise program. Do you use your hands a lot? In this day and age the answer is a resounding YES! It’s that way for everyone. Simple repetitive daily activities such as texting, typing, holding a steering wheel, etc. can create imbalances between opposing […]

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Yoga Teacher Tip (Triangle Pose)

Always check with your doctor before trying any new exercise program. Want to learn an easy way to make your legs work in Triangle pose? Here’s a fantastic Teacher’s Tip (students can use it, too) that you can try right now. It’s a great way to add a little spice to an “oldie but goodie” […]

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